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Destiny's Child And Her Bridegroom Chapter 2As soon as they had entered, Kunzite turned to Nephrite and gingerly placed her hand on his shoulder. The young girl took it as a cue that she should go off and leave them be.
"Why exactly are you keeping us in the dark about all this?" Nephrite couldn't help but ask. "If this has anything to do with me, I'd really like to know."
"It certainly does, sir." Kunzite asked with a soft smile. "But for the sake of confidentiality, we'll leave it at that."
"What about Rose, though?"
"As I said, she has nothing to worry about. Her husband won't be just a husband, but a guardian if you will."
Nephrite's reaction was an uneasy one, for he seemed ignorant of the direction this conversation was going towards. In a hushed (and rather harsh) tone that seemed to contradict his character as a whole, he responded, "I hope so, because I swear to you in the name of the goddess Marble that if I hear that you've married her off to that walking geode all Gems call Coquimbite or to Zoisite's goddessdamned fa
Destiny's Child And Her Bridegroom Chapter 1It was a dreary and foggy night at the Temple of the Venerable Goddess. Sitting on the very front step was a young rose-haired girl with a similarly-colored gem where her navel was. She appeared forlorn about something, but it was somewhat difficult to guess, judging from her expression alone. The sparkled iridescent fabric that wrapped around her skull was hanging down with her ringlets and catching the water vapors with sporadic ease. Her dazzled pink toga, which had a star-shaped hole to show off her gem, was slightly moist to the touch and was losing its starchy stiffness.
At that moment, a suave, slender light green-hued man walked up to the girl Rose Quartz and picked her up in a tight embrace, much to her delight.
This man was her surrogate father Nephrite. He had a narrow, oval face and an equally shaped jaw with a pointed chin and practically nonexistent cheekbones. His eyes were spaced not very far apart and tilted to resemble the eyes of the domestic feline. The nose was bro
Magna Clades Chapter 11After all the grueling travel they had to endure in the Mineralis Dimension and the tedious teleportation technique for getting back to Earth, the Gems had finally decided that they were ready to take on Zoisite before he unleashed any more slaughtering upon the humans. They had just confronted him back inside the Fry Shop, but not before the antagonistic Gem revealed himself in front of his opponents.
Zoisite was pure white, just like he had been when he was a blob, and his gem eyes were now glowing brighter than ever. His hair was silky and shorn, his facial features gave him a resemblance of the half-divine Aeneas, and he had razor-sharp teeth. He was unbelievably slender to the point of borderline absurdity (not even Pearl had an easy time of believing it) and he was dressed in a military uniform that was also white, but decorated with gold thread and red ribbons and a silver star medallion on his sternum.
"Poor, unfortunate souls..." Zoisite spoke suavely to them after his big rev
VoltStar SonnetShall I?
You are a turtle-dove
Who was meant to fly
And shower my ever-present thoughts with love.
Compared to everyone, I am sure you’ll be a madonna
Who shall cradle Jesus when he is dead once again.
But I am an admirer of most all fauna.
Give me time; I’d like to see you in ten.
I shall consider thee my own primrose
Full of charm and wit.
You were meant for me, I s’pose.
You’d be a perfect fit.
Quickly, quickly, catch me!
I’ll swoon in your arms and peacefully be!
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